This Wedding Season, Ditch Your High Heels

A wedding is the most important day in anybody’s life. It takes us from a rollercoaster filled with mixed emotions. From sitting for hours to dancing our heart out, we aim to do all. But none of that can be done, without a comfortable pair of shoes. Just like the bridal outfit and jewellery, wedding look is incomplete without beautiful footwear. Wearing high heels for hours is no less than magic. It becomes very difficult to enjoy the functions with high and deadly heels. Here are some quirky footwears that you can pair up with your outfit, without troubling your feet.

  1. Ballerinas

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The best thing about ballerina shoes is that they can go with any type of outfit. Whether it is your heavy lehenga or short dress, pair up with these super comfy shoes.

  1. Juttis

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Add some colours to your outfit with a wide range of juttis. They come in quirky designs and fun colours, which can make your outfit look more beautiful.

  1. Flat Sandals

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There are various designs and styles available in the market, from embellished stones to simple strappy designs.

  1. Wedges

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Despite belonging to the heels family, wedges have proved themselves to be the most comfortable footwear. It gives you a balanced height. Add some grace with embroidered wedges.

  1. Mules

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Toe-pointed flats would work the best with your western outfits like dresses and gowns. They make a statement with the perks of being comfortable.

  1. Kolhapuri

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Kolhapuri is a must-have for your bridal outfits. They can go with any traditional outfit. You can also choose kolhapuri with heels. There are options for customised kolhapuris too.

  1. Loafers And Sneakers

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What could go possibly wrong when you are wearing your favourite shoes with your D-day outfit? Match your sporty shoes with your most gorgeous lehenga and shock everyone.

Also read Western Gown Ideas To Inspire Your Next Big Party Look

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